priyadas001 at gmail.com
Tue May 19 19:15:43 CEST 2015
Yes Justin...i watched the dynamic structure carefully. As it is a
transmembrane protein it is stringently moving.
The dynamic movement of the structure seems fine.
I used the backbone of protein for calculating Rmsd.
I also want to know the ligand stability, for it i need to check the least
square fit of ligand , right?
On May 19, 2015 5:11 PM, "Justin Lemkul" <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
> On 5/19/15 6:29 AM, Priya Das wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> While generating RMSD plots of protein in presence of ligand, i am getting
>> a RMSD of around 4.5 Angstrom around 10 ns after which the system is
>> Is it an acceptable RMSD?
>> What is the acceptable range for RMSD for structures?
> There is no general rule, and a number without context is meaningless.
> How did you calculate the RMSD - backbone? heavy atoms? all atoms? Does
> your protein have a lot of variable loops, and did you consider these? Or
> did you just consider structured parts of the protein? Did you include
> termini? Did you watch the trajectory to see what's happening?
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